Jeevarathnam
Sr. Manager Hr/admin
Pon1965
Construction
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Hi, I initiated PF transfer in the month of Oct'13, and I got a SMS from EPFO that my settled amount has been transferred to a bank a/c number.
When I checked with my current employer they told that so far we haven't got any information on the same. (its been 6 months now). what should I do?

Hi. It is better to check with the EPF office. They will be able to give the exact answer. You can even check the status over online if at all you aware of the full EPF code
Hi I checked it online and the status is amount transferred.
Then its better to approach PF office and explain things. They may help you. While going its better to take the copy of bank statement of from the period of application submission till date. Any details you shall reach me on below contact details
PF transfer is not reflected in Bank a/c but in Pf A/C. Check with PF a/c. Pon
EPF bank transfers take abnormal time with banks. Cheque with bank whether it is lying with bank/ under clearance. You will be surprised to get an answer that for some reason it is still under clearance & will also offer you interest for the delayed period.
I agree with Mr. Pon, when you have initiated your PF transfer it will affect your New PF Account. You have to initiate your PF Passbook online or get the PF statement for the year 2013-14 which will reflect the amount so transferred. Your current employer will not get intimation, it will directly affect.
The Bank Account Number received to you through SMS is the Bank Account No. of your current regional PF office

You may want to check with the PF office, where you submitted the transfer form. Alternatively, go online and click on the link which mentions "get Passbook" for your new PF account and check the PF balance.
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